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Help With coldfire needed

Chris Johns wrote:

> We use 3.2, and run C++, with STL, exceptions etc, plus large packages like NetSNMP.

FWIW 3.2.2 is out and has nearly all RTEMS patches plus a few m68k. 
> One thing to watch out for is making sure variables are correctly set to
> volatile. Look for counts, index etc in driver control structures. Sometimes
> these are not flagged as volatile and should be. This is something that will
> effect code that worked on 2.95 but not on 3.2 with the Coldfire.

I can't emphasize enough that missing volatile on memory mapped
is a common problem so if you come across any code in RTEMS that needs
them, please submit a patch. :)
> --
>   Chris Johns, cjohns at cybertec.com.au

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